Word on the street is that Bryan Singer has already decided on shooting locations for the next X-Men movie.
We’re still about seven months away from the release of X-Men: Apocalypse, but Journal De Montreal is reporting that the seventh movie in the franchise will once again be shot on Canadian shores.
Production will begin in November 2016 before heading to Montreal in early 2017 to commence principal photography.
No other details of the new film are known yet, but there are already rumours circulating that it will focus on the new cast with James McAvoy (Professor Xavier) and Michael Fassbender (Magneto) returning.
But for right now, it’s reported that the cast will be shooting a few additional scenes for Apocalypse in January.
Singer has said before that Apocalypse will mark the end of the new First Class trilogy, but if the next trilogy (we’re assuming) does bring back McAvoy and Fassbender, you can bet that we’ll be first in line to get tickets.